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The Burglary Team in Northampton have been working hard in the past six weeks in an effort to take more burglars off our streets.
Their efforts have been rewarded with eight people charged with a range of offences and seven of them remanded into custody:
Finlay Tai Bradshaw, 20, previously of Northampton, charged with one residential burglary, two attempted burglaries, and one theft of a motor vehicle.
Devonte Dennis Askew-Atherton, 18, previously of Camborne Close, Northampton, charged with one residential burglary and one theft of a motor vehicle.
Lee John Floyd McQuade, 35, previously of Northampton, charged with two residential burglaries and breach of bail.
Joseph Martin Payne, 32, previously of Northampton, charged with one aggravated burglary.
Kieron Stuart Robert Long, 35, previously of Northampton, charged with burgling a garage.
Wayne John Brown, 47, previously of Kingsland Avenue, Northampton, charged with burgling a garage.
Matthew Thomas Howard, previously of Countess Road, Northampton, charged with one residential burglary and eight counts of fraud by false representation.
Liam Robert Ferguson, 41, charged with burgling a shed, one theft of a motor vehicle and one attempted burglary.
Detective Sergeant Terry Rush, said: “These charges show our continuing commitment to taking burglars off our streets and to fighting crime and protecting people in Northampton.
“Our resolve remains as steadfast as ever and we are determined to continue working hard in order to brings those who burgle your homes to justice.”
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